01.10.2010 | 
Education
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YSU Alumni and Career Center starts the new phase of project on CV writing.

The training, entitled How to make a right CV was launched today. Such trainings for YSU students have been held by the center in previous times, too.

Director of the center Lilit Hakobyan said the need to restart the project comes from the fact that now center has got the status of the employer, too.

Recently a contest was announced on a vacancy at YSU Alumni and career Center. The CVs, submitted by the students, showed that major part of them has got poor information on CV writing, - noted Lilit Hakobyan.

For more effectiveness of the courses 16 students are included in each of the groups. About 40 students showed interest in this project. According to the director this is a normal data. According to her, people, who have never dealt with the employers, are sure that the CV does not demand great efforts and skills.

The first meeting in the framework of the training was held at YSU IT Educational-research Center. But CV was not the only topic on the agenda. Center employees told students about a number of skills, required during the communication with the employer, starting with the dressing style up to the make-up.

I can write a CV, but I am not sure I do everything well. I guess even those who are aware of this sphere, can obtain more skills visiting the training. The CV must be perfect as much as it is possible, as it is the first thing which helps the employer to make opinion of you, - said one of the participants Anahit Arustamyan.

Director of center Lilit Hakobyan said the training will be continued and all the registered students will attend the courses.

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